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Stephen Quinn is a tenacious midfield player for Sheffield United. Stephen joined United in 2005 from Dublin's St Patrick's Athletic. He established himself as a first-team regular in 2008-09 and has become a key player for the Blades. He had a varied 2010-11 campaign, being in and out of the side whilst Gary Speed was in charge, but he again became a regular under Micky Adams. Stephen finished the season strongly and won both the Fans' and Players' Player of the Season awards. He is a good passer of the ball and strong in the tackle. Stephen has represented the Republic of Ireland at U21 level.
Sports writer Alistair Mason asks whether the Champions League is losing its lustre.
Harry Kane has shot to prominence after breaking through into Spurs' first-team this season.